Boko Haram: A Cancer that Must be Defeated

Boko Haram is like a plague out to destroy anything that stands on its way of achieving its delusional goal of imposing extreme brand of Islam on Nigerians. It is an organization that has always been regarded as a dangerous threat to the cooperate existence of Nigeria state. Their theater of operation is concentrated largely …

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Ebola Outbreak: A Job Well Done

Nigeria is a country with enormous potential with a diverse and educated population that has the capability to achieve any goal they set their mind on. Recent outbreak of Ebola in Nigeria imported into the country by a Liberian patient demonstrated that Nigeria medical community is as capable as their foreign counterparts. I was in …

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Governor Nyako’s Impeachment: Bad Omen for Nigeria

Impeachment of a governor or president is a constutional and civilized way to send a powerful message to sitting governors and presidents who violate their oath of office or engage in gross misconduct while in office. Impeachment is a good way for democracy to cleanse itself. However, more harm than good will be done to …

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A Look at The National Conference Proposals

The national conference which has few more weeks to go before winding down has adopted series of resolutions. Some of the resolutions and proposal has been good and some are terrible. The larger question is the constitutional basis for this gathering and how their proposals will make their way into Nigeria constitution. However, it is …

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Adieu Professor Dora Akunyili: A True Nigerian Patriot

“Nigeria has lost one of her honorable and illustrious son or daughter” is a statement Nigerians often hear whenever a prominent person passes away. It has become a cliché that has lost it true meaning. Even people who looted government treasury or stole their way to prominence are held in high esteem. It is a …

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